HOMEROOM TEACHERS NEEDED IN JAPAN – EARN UP TO 290000JPY

HOMEROOM TEACHERS NEEDED IN JAPAN –  EARN UP TO 290000JPY 

Location: Nagoya, Japan

Start date: March 2020

Positions: 3 Elementary School Teachers 

Nagoya is the largest city in the Chūbu region of Japan. It is Japan’s fourth-largest incorporated city and the third-most-populous urban area. It is located on the Pacific coast of central Honshu. Nagoya continues to develop as a gateway open to Asia and the world, with a focus on international business with many visitors. We sincerely believe that you will choose to locate your life in Nagoya when coming there.

ABOUT OUR SCHOOL 

Our school is based in Nagoya, Japan. In July 2019, we become IB JPY school. We aim to provide a professional environment for both our teachers and students. Our teaching curriculum is to provide necessary skills as well as explore potential abilities in children.

With our professional working environment along with high-qualified and friendly staff, we strongly believe that you are going to have great teaching experience at our school.

OUR SALARY AND PACKAGE

Base salary: 240000JPY – 290000JPY
Housing support: Our staff will help you find accommodation.
Ending contract bonus
Renew contract bonus
National holiday paid
Spring, Summer and Winter vacation paid : 3 weeks
Training

TEACHING CONDITIONS

Monday – Saturday
Student Age: Elementary students
Curriculum: IB PYP
OUR REQUIREMENTS
– Native English teachers from the US, UK, Canada, New Zealand, Ireland, Australia, South Africa

– BA degree or above.

– TESOL/TEFL certificate

– 2 years of teaching experience required.

– Clean criminal background.

– Age limit: 20 – 55 years old.

HOW TO APPLY

What are you waiting for? Please send your CV, degree, teaching certificate and your profile picture to our HR department via this email: nancyjohnsonhr@gmail.com 

Please mention on your application title: NAGOYA_Your name

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  • Location: Japan
  • Salary: 240000JPY - 290000JPY
  • Posted on: February 3, 2020